New SSC Board Members

New SSC Board Members

The Sandy Springs Conservancy is very glad to welcome our new Board Members. Left to right: Evan Ottaviano, Michael Granish, Jack Misiura (Board Chair), Abigail Gross, Van Westmoreland, and Terry Morris. (Not pictured is Jason Willard.)  ...
Allen Road Park to be Expanded

Allen Road Park to be Expanded

In February, the Sandy Springs City Council agreed to purchase adjoining properties on Allen Road for the expansion of Allen Road Park. This popular three acre park, with a walking trail and playing fields near l-285 and Lake Forest Drive, will grow by 1.5 acres. The...
City Purchases Land on the Chattahoochee River

City Purchases Land on the Chattahoochee River

The beauty of the Chattahoochee River will one day be even more accessible thanks to a recent purchase of 6.58 acres of land by the City of Sandy Springs. At their March 17th meeting, City Council approved the purchase of property at 8901 North Island Ferry Road and...
Welcome our New Executive Director – Boyd Leake

Welcome our New Executive Director – Boyd Leake

The Sandy Springs Conservancy is thrilled  to welcome our new Executive Director, Graydon Boyd Leake. We are thrilled to have Boyd joining the Sandy Springs Conservancy. We have made great strides in our mission to add green space and trails in Sandy Springs by teeing...
Sandy Springs Trail Master Plan

Sandy Springs Trail Master Plan

The Sandy Springs Conservancy is proud to partnered with the Path Foundation and The City of Sandy Springs to develop a city-wide Trails Master Plan. At their October 15, 2019 meeting, the Sandy Springs City Council adopted the Trail Master Plan. Click here to view...